This is an account of the development of European labour and social security law as it interrelates with the evolution of market integration in the European Union. Giubboni presents, from a labour law perspective, a case study of the changes the European Community/European Union has undergone from its origins to the present day and of the ways these changes have affected the regulation of European Welfare States at national level. Drawing on the idea of 'embedded liberalism', Giubboni analyses the infiltration of EC competition and market law into national systems of labour and social security law and provides a normative framework for conceptualising the transformation of regulatory techniques implemented at the EU level. This important, interdisciplinary contribution to research in EU social law illustrates how the vision of social protection and solidarity is changing.
Introduction; Part I. Social policies and market principles. European social integration revisited: 1. Embedded liberalism: the original constitutional compromise and its crisis; 2. Re-embedding liberalism: towards a new balance between negative and positive integration of European welfare states; Part II. The market, competition law into national systems of labour law and its antidotes: 3. Forms of regulation of social Europe and models of the European economic constitution; Conclusions; Index.
This is an account of the development of European labour and social security law as it interrelates with the evolution of market integration in the European Union. Giubboni presents, from a labour law perspective, a case study of the changes the European Community/European Union has undergone from its origins to the present day.
Stefano Giubboni is Professor of Labour Law at the University of Perugia and barrister at the law firm Giubboni-Garzi-Colavita in Perugia.
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